Constitutive Heterochromatin and Ag-NOR polymorphism in the small characid
fish Astyanax scabripinnis (Jenyns, 1842).
The osteology of Brycon meeki, a generalized characid
fish, with an osteological definition of the family.
19, photos only) "Characid
1 and Characid
2 lower Station 9" (aquarium); (according to photos, probably only one species).
13); (14); (26) similarly observed relatively lower values of condition factors for large sizes of fish, while relatively higher values of condition factors for rather small sized fish in Brycinus nurse, characid
and tilapia fish species, respectively.
Evidence for dispersal of fig seeds by the fruit-eating characid
fish Brycon quatemalensis Regan in a Costa Rican tropical rain forest.
The Cheirodontinae, a subfamily of minute characid
fish of South America.
The effects of selenium on oxidative stress biomarkers in the freshwater characid
fish matrinxa (Brycon cephalus) (Gunther, 1869) exposed to organophosphate insecticide Folisuper 600 BR (methyl parathion).
1983): Seven new acestrorhynchin characid
species (Osteichthyes, Ostariophysi, Characiformes) with comments on the systematics of the group.
fish Brycon guatemalensis consumes insects as juveniles and fruits and leaves as adults.
It has been postulated that in some cave-dwelling populations of the Mexican characid
fish Astyanax fasciatus the daily feeding cycle is determined by the daily rhythm of activity of bat populations living in the same caves.
For example, the characid
(Characidae) Astyanax fasciatus (Cuvier) is a common fish that feeds on algae (diatoms and filamentous greens and blue-greens), detritus, seeds, and terrestrial and aquatic insects (Burcham 1988, Bussing 1994; C.
Others, such as the characid
scale-eaters Roeboides myersi and Roeboides cf.